Picking a wedding ring or an engagement ring is a very personal matter ... there are no hard rules as to what a perfect pair would be. But personal preference usually revolves around design. Beyond that, there are several points that you might want to consider, no matter what kind of ring you eventually pick for your big day...

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1. A wedding/engagement ring needs to be practical and easy to wear. This depends mostly on your lifestyle. For example, if you work mostly in an office, a ring with a high setting can be a good choice; if you often work outdoors, that same ring can easily get damaged.

2. A wedding/engagement ring needs to be strong enough to be worn every day for years. Again, your lifestyle will be an important factor. The most durable option would be a platinum ring with a minimalist design; but if you’re not doing a lot of manual labor, you can pick rings with more delicate detailing.

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3. A wedding/engagement ring needs to hold its diamonds securely. A bezel setting is the most secure type, and for rings where the diamond is held in place with metal prongs, six—or at least four—prongs are best.

4. A wedding/engagement ring needs to ... look good. So, take your time with the hunt...

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